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Ross, Sir Ronald (1857-1932) Knight, bacteriologist
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Letter from [Perrié?] to Lady Frazer

2 Square Latour-Maubourg (VIIe), Paris - Received her letter and the letter of Sir Ronald Ross; as she desired, will write to Sir Ross to give him the information he wanted to have; is going to recover health in the Côte d'Azur, thence to Syria on an inspection.

Letter from Ronald Ross to J. G. Frazer

1 Aigburth Vale, Liverpool - Has been studying malaria in Greece and asks Frazer's opinion on when it first appeared; is of the opinion it is the plague referred to in Pausanias.

Typed letter from Ronald Ross to J. G. Frazer

The Incorporated Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - Thanks him for his advice on the question of when malaria first entered Greece, will write to Clifford Albutt [Allbutt] as he suggests; gives further information about how malaria spreads and his theory that the decline of Greece is related to the arrival of malaria; mentions Dr. Nuttall of Cambridge as the greatest expert.

Letter from T. R. St. Johnston to Sir James Frazer

Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London - Is studying cannibalism in Fiji in his spare time, and would like to hear of traces in other parts of the world; his friend Sir Ronald Ross asks to be remembered.